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Katd

KATD
City of license Pittsburg, California
Broadcast area Sacramento Valley
Frequency 990 kHz
Format Spanish
Power 10,000 watts day
5,000 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 52256
Transmitter coordinates

38°30′17″N 121°10′48″W / 38.50472°N 121.18000°W / 38.50472; -121.18000Coordinates: 38°30′17″N 121°10′48″W / 38.50472°N 121.18000°W / 38.50472; -121.18000

Former callsigns KIXA (1990-1993)
Owner Multicultural Broadcasting
Website kiqi1010am.com

KATD (990 AM) is a radio station that rebroadcasts San Francisco station KIQI. Licensed to Pittsburg, California, the station serves the Sacramento Valley. The station is currently owned by Multicultural Broadcasting.[1]

History

In the late 1950s, the station's call letters were "K-KIS." On January 1, 1960, Kay Kis Corporation assumed ownership of the station. The two principal owners were Len and Burrell Small (their grandfather was a former Illinois governor). The general manager was Jerry Bassett, who previously managed radio station WISC in Madison, Wisc.

The station went on the air as KIXA on 8-17-1990. On 9-8-1993, the station changed its call sign to the current KATD as a rebroadcast of KIQI.[2]

Prior to 1990, this frequency was occupied by KKIS, which was playing contemporary music as late as 1985 [1].

References

External links

  • Query the FCC's AM station database for KATD
  • Radio-Locator Information on KATD
  • Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for KATD


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